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7 hours ago, Abu Nur said:

Wa Aleikum Salaam,

If they keep continuing it, it should not result to death penalty?

Salam , until now no one faced death penalty & they left Iran after facing prison that government made up that they go abroad by help of opposition groups but in reality secrect agency of Iran helped them indirectly to leave Iran  peacefully.

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Anti-Wahhabi Saudi thinker faces execution: HRW

Hassan Farhan al-Maliki was arrested in September 2017 and has been held in detention since then. The Saudi authorities finally brought charges against him in October 2018. 
http://en.abna24.com/news//anti-wahhabi-Saudi-thinker-faces-execution-hrw_954501.html

June 24, 2019 - 3:12 PM News Code : 954501 Source : Press TVLink: 

Anti-Wahhabi Saudi thinker faces execution: HRW

According to the US-based rights group, al-Maliki is currently on trial over 14 charges, nearly all of them having "no resemblance" to crimes recognized by law. 

HRW, which reviewed al-Maliki’s charge sheet, said the first two charges relate to his peaceful expression of his religious opinions about the veracity of certain sayings of the Prophet ((صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم)) and his criticism of several seventh century Islamic figures. 

Maliki was also charged with “insulting the country’s rulers and the Supreme Council of Religious Scholars, and describing them as extremist”, and accusing Arab countries of the Persian Gulf of supporting the Daesh terrorist group. 

The Other charges included praising Seyyed Hassan Nasrallah, Secretary General of Lebanon’s Hezbollah resistance movement, and “having sympathy” for the Yemen's Houthi Ansarullah movement. 

He is also facing charges for voicing his religious views in television interviews, attending discussion groups in the kingdom, writing books and studies and publishing them abroad. 

The rights group cited a Saudi activist as saying that the Specialized Criminal Court in Riyadh, which specializes in terrorism trials, has held at least three trial sessions on the cleric’s case. The next hearing has not yet been scheduled. 

 

Human Rights Watch has condemned the Saudi authorities for seeking the death penalty against a reformist religious thinker and critic on charges that bear “no resemblance to recognized crimes.” 

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